Travel Me casa, su casa: the breakfast room

A creative, globe-trotting couple have put their stamp on a pair of 1920s buildings in Barrio Italia. By Sorrel Moseley-Williams

J G Ballard: High impact on artists

As an exhibition inspired by J G Ballard's controversial novel Crash opens in London, Charlotte Cripps talks to the artists involved about sex, death and the late writer's influence on them and their work

WH Auden: The Z-list and the Zeitgeist

To mark the start of WH Auden's centenary year, Bill Greenwell takes us on an Audenesque poetic tour of 2006 - the rockers, the rich kids, the crop-topped clubbers, and the political poodles

Solved at last: experts uncover true identity of Degas' unhappy ballerina

A century on, Tate Britain reveals that subject of famous portrait was really painter Walter Sickert's wife

The only shortlisted artist with any inspiration. But what does he do?

Jeremy Deller is a good thing, that seems clear. It's certainly a good thing that he's won the Turner Prize. If he hadn't, one of the other three shortlisted artists would have won it, and that would have been a terrible mistake. Out of the four, Deller was the only one who had a spark of inspiration. But what exactly Deller does, what his art is made of, that's a little tricky.

Turner Prize winner charts his insecurities in pottery

Grayson Perry's first exhibition since winning the Turner Prize picks up where he left off when he collected the accolade dressed as his female alter ego, Claire.

The fine aroma of roast shark

The fire which has consumed so many of Charles Saatchi's works of art may have left the traditionalists unmoved, but the odd thing is that in modern quarters the mood is not one of sadness either. In fact, it has been greeted ecstatically by some critics as an art happening of the highest order.

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